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Paul Gertler Wins International Award for Contributions to Global Health
Professor Paul Gertler, who has spent the past 16 years studying how financial incentives can improve health care, was recognized by the Mexican National Institutes of Health for his contributions in Mexico and around the world.
Kellie McElhaney Receives Founder and Visionary Award at Center for Responsible Business Celebration
Ten years ago, the faculty director of the Center for Responsible Business took a big risk to leave her career and come to Haas. It paid off.
Student Startup Roundup:
Studying and Launching Simultaneously
From a global crowdfunding platform to a $2.4 million waste-to-food mushroom business to a school lunch program in dozens of cities, Berkeley-Haas has produced a number of successful startups. To highlight the latest crop of entrepreneurs at Haas, we are launching an occasional series of articles about student ventures.
Global Social Venture Competition to Host Record Number of Worldwide Finalist Teams
Reducing malaria in Africa via a mosquito-repelling soap and addressing the plastics pollution crisis with pulp-and-paper packaging alternatives are among the objectives of the record 18 finalists in this year's Global Social Venture Competition Global Finals and Conference at the Haas School April 11 and 12.
Watch YouTube Documentary on Sight-Impaired Alum's Polar Trek
At the end of 2011, Alan Lock and Andrew Jensen, both MBA 11, strapped on skis and trekked 570 miles over 28 days from the Antarctic Shoreline to the South Pole. For Lock, the Polar Vision trek—now captured in a new YouTube documentary—was the culmination of a journey that began when he suddenly lost most of his eyesight to macular degeneration at the age of 23 while serving aboard a British submarine.
Corporate Earnings Data Relevant for Determining Aggregate Stock Market Value
A new study by Prof. Panos Patatoukas develops a theoretical framework for understanding the relation between aggregate accounting earnings and stock market valuation.
Financial Engineering Program Graduates Class of 2013, Welcomes Class of 2014
The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering Program celebrated 66 graduates at their commencement March 22 and welcomed 68 students into the 13th class of the program on March 25.
Don't Miss Our Largest Bay Area Events
Mark your calendars for these events:
- MBA Reunion Weekend Apr 25-28
- Alumni Conference Apr 27
In addition, HAN chapters will produce another 200 alumni events worldwide. Online event calendar